Welcome to Gabby, a family company that creates unique, transitional furniture and transitional lighting in eclectic, vintage modern, and antique style for the design and retail trade. Gabby’s truly exceptional furnishings tell a story of inspiration and craftsmanship. We continually innovate with unique materials to create something new including accent furniture, dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting fixtures and US-made custom upholstery. Our products are based off of unique ideas or concepts generated by our talented design staff. We ship from distribution centers in Pelham, AL and Los Angeles, CA. Take a tour of the Gabby High Point Showroom.
If you’ve ever felt the thrill of the hunt, you know there’s nothing else like it. For antiques dealers, the adrenaline rush they get when they find that perfect, one-of-a-kind piece is like going over the edge on a roller coaster and knowing there’s no going back. It’s the ah-ha moment that stops you dead in your tracks. It’s the mind-racing panic of “How much is it? I don’t care! I have to have it NOW!” It’s what drives Gabby owner William White, and Gabby creative director, Chris Hutchens, to pack their bags for the South of … read more
Mia Belotti, the designer behind Maison Warehouse, an interior and exterior design store and licensed Summer Classics and Gabby dealer in Sterling, Virginia, shares info about how she got her start, what the shop offers, design tips and current trends. Q. How did you get your start? Mia: My family opened Maison Warehouse as Maison et Jardin, Ltd. in 1998. My mom and dad originally started the store to help furnish and complete my dad’s amazing landscape designs. We used to travel to my dad’s home country of France to bring back antiques and accessories to … read more
Gabriella Comer White Gabriella Comer White’s grandson, William B. White IV, reflects on the woman who inspired him in life, love, and his passion for the brand, Gabby. Susan Gabriella Comer was born in Alabama on July 16, 1922, the first daughter of Gillian Goodall and Hugh Moss Comer. Her father was the youngest son of Braxton Bragg Comer who founded Avondale Mills in 1897, and served as Governor of Alabama from 1907-1911. Hugh and Gillian lived in Sylacauga where he worked as Vice President for Avondale Mills. Hugh’s father, Governor Comer, founded Avondale Mills … read more